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Polyxenia Hotel

Polyxenia Hotel is a traditional hotel located in the heart of Nafplio. The hotel is situated in one of the narrow and picturesque alleys of the city, surrounded by impressive traditional houses that attract many travelers.

The hotel building was constructed in 1850 and has been fully renovated with respect to the architectural tradition of the region. The interior of the hotel has been transformed into five double rooms, each with its own unique name such as “Nohelia,” “Oneirothiria,” “Rastoni,” “Ninemia,” and “Enthalpia.” The rooms are designed to offer guests a relaxing and comfortable stay, with a focus on creating a calm and peaceful environment.

The Nohelia and Rastoni rooms feature balconies with stunning views of the narrow picturesque alley with its beautiful voukamvilias and the historic fortress of Palamidi. All rooms have private bathrooms, mini refrigerators, air conditioning, and televisions. Free Wi-Fi and fax services are also available for guests.

Upon entering the hotel, guests are welcomed into a comfortable and friendly living room that takes them back in time to another era. The ground floor also features a breakfast area where guests can enjoy a fresh, homemade breakfast.

The hotel offers a range of services, including luggage storage, laundry facilities with extra charges, and transfers to and from the airport and Suburban (Proastiakos train station) in Korinth with additional fees. The hotel also offers a one-day trip to the archaeological sites of the area at an additional cost.

Polyxenia Hotel welcomes wedding bookings and can accommodate up to 10 people, making it a great choice for families and companies. Special prices are available for students and people over 65 years old.

Additionally, the hotel offers accommodation and car rental packages, and travelers who book their room reservation in advance for the year 2022 can get a discount.

Let Polyxenia Hotel help plan your perfect holiday in Greece. The hotel can book rooms, car rentals, transfers, boat and air tickets, and even arrange day trips with private drivers to any archaeological site.